One of the rare Pagani Zonda 760 models have surfaced for sale in Munich, Germany for an undisclosed sum
The small Italian marque has produced roughly two dozen vehicles in its 760-series. The first example built was the 760RS and since then, wealthy clients have lined up to order their own bespoke Zonda.
Unlike many others, this 760 doesn’t appear to have adopted a one-off name, instead simply being referred to as a Zonda 760. Nevertheless, the images reveal that the original owner had Pagani equip the hypercar with special touches to distinguish it from the others.
Starting with the exterior, most of the car is bathed in traditional gloss carbon fiber, except for a dark red strip of carbon running the length of the body. LED daytime running lights have also been installed as have air louvers in the front wheel arches.
Like the outside, the cabin is also a work of art. Perhaps the centerpiece of the interior is the Alcantara and leather-clad carbon fiber seats featuring the colors of the Italian flag. Elsewhere, we can see black Alcantara on the steering wheel as well as leather and carbon fiber across the dashboard.
The James Edition listing says the car is a 2010 model but Pagani didn’t deliver any 760’s until 2012. This tells us that this 760 could have been a lesser Zonda variant in a previous life.